Scott Yarbrough is a graduate of the writing
program at Florida State University and holds a PhD in American
Literature from the University of Alabama. His fiction has appeared
in Flyway, Iron Horse Literary Review, Main
Street Rag, the Clackamas Literary Review, New
Orleans Review, Thirteen Stories, Apalachee Quarterly,
and 42Opus. A story in storySouth was nominated
for a Pushcart and chosen as a “whale sighting” by Moby
Lives. In 2004 he attended the Sewanee Writer’s Conference
as a Tennessee Williams Scholar; he has published articles and
nonfiction in such journals as Black Warrior Review, The
Southern Literary Journal, South Atlantic Review,
and The Faulkner Journal. He has also coauthored a textbook, A
Practical Introduction to Literary Study (Prentice Hall, 2005).
He currently teaches at Charleston Southern University and lives
just outside Charleston, South Carolina.